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    Right so this is an issue that has been playing on my mind for a while. Ever since i went back to school from summer break things with friendships have been going haywire. Firstly i did have an unfortunate fall out with one of the people who i sat with during lunch and that then put me out of the question. So now i sit in a big group of people and most of them i am friends with but i do find myself becoming anxious when around a big group of people. Not only is that a problem but i do not feel like i fit in as part of the group and i would like to know how i can become a better friend. They always go out with each other and i would like to be more part of it but i am afraid about asking any of them if they want to meet up. I would realy appreciate if anyone could give me some advice about this. Thank you
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    Do they ever invite you to go out with them? You could suggest a group trip at the weekend, like going to see a film.
 
 
 
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